LEFT COAST WRITERS® ON THE AIR
These Bay Area writers are pushing the edge from the page to Internet radio in a new monthly series on FCCFREERADIO, San Francisco’s Alternative Radio
On Sunday, January 19, 2014 Left Coast Writers® take to the air with a monthly spot on FCCFREERADIO – San Francisco’s Alternative Radio Studio 1-A from 12-2PM with popular radio talk show host, Melinda Adams, aka Ms. Kitty, aka Lilycat.
The monthly two-hour call-in spot on FCCREERADIO’s long-running weekly talk show, Lilycat on Stuff, will feature stories and chat on topics that have these writers climbing out of their garrets and closets and congregating in a SOMA studio to hold forth on topics that move them to ire and ecstasy.
On Sunday, January 19, find out more about Undercover Love: Lust, Literature and Lingerie as Left Coast Writers and Hot Flashes: sexy little stories and poems contributors read from their work and chat about undercover love and its influence on culture and fashion. Editors Linda Watanabe McFerrin and Laurie McAndish King will discuss what they want in a sexy story and why. But what they really want to know is what writers, readers and listeners have to say on the topic. They’ll also be giving away books on love and lust to a few lucky callers. There’ll be more readings, discussion and a look at undercover fashion at their February 10th event at Book Passage in the S.F. Ferry Plaza.
Also coming up, North Bay novelist Nicola Trwst, author of The Belvedere Club, Bayou Nights, and Bolinas Bongo shares her quirky perspective on the literary lives of dogs and their human companions.
The ongoing spot is scheduled for the third Sunday of every month. Left Coast Writers are invited to participate in the programming. Listeners are invited to call in and share their opinions.
FCCFREE RADIO is home to over 50 + original programs each week that produce more that 1,000,000 listeners per month (yes, you read that correctly 1,000,000 + listeners) of LIVE hosted content. that comes out of the plush studios in the SOMA District of San Francisco. FFR talk shows cover everything from sex, politics, sports, and back again. Google calls them an “Iconic Staple of San Francisco” and a “Frontrunner in Internet Broadcasting.”
Add your voice to the fray by calling in during show hours: 415 829 2980.
For more station info and how to listen in, go to: www.FCCFREERADIO.com
To schedule and interview with the editors or writers please contact Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org